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...Introduction Encourage children to work collaboratively to create slideshows displaying photographs of what they have been learning in the setting. This is a great way for children to share about a book they have read, things they have made...
...What are they learning? A fun way to countWhat you need counting bricks imagination!Keywords listen look count one to tenWhat you do Build a tower from one to ten, counting as you do so. Now get the children to count the bricks using...
...Introduction Children will love to design their own fruit smoothies using hand blenders and juicers to create different taste combinations. In this activity children learn how to use everyday tools safely and for a purpose. Close adult...
...What are they learning? Attention skills through mark makingWhat you need selection of mark making objects selection of paper – different sizes, colours, textures envelopes and labels used stamps (or make your own on the computer!)Keywords...
...Introduction This activity encourages children to develop understanding of how we show our emotions on our faces. It also allows for discussion about how we can be thoughtful of how other people feel.What you need Devices with a camera...
...Play scoring games Play scoring games with balls, quoits or bean bags. Draw targets, tracks or starting lines on the wall or ground with playground chalk. Use small whiteboards or blackboards for scoring. Put up some simple goals...
...What you need bingo cards a large cardboard clock face counters somewhere quiet to playKeywords time clock hands o’clock number hour half hour winnerBefore you start Work with the children to make some clock bingo cards and a big clock...
...What you need a large soft ball a large space where the children can comfortably sit (or stand) in a circleKeywords feelings share friends friendship pass it on take turns listenWhat you do Invite the children to sit in a circle, using one...
...Focus Felt is made from wool fibres. Warmth and friction cause the overlapping scales on each fibre to open up, overlap and tangle with other scales. Warm water and friction bonds the fibres together and then you have felt!What you need...
...What you need a parachute small stickers (two colours) soft balls (sponge or fabric)What you do Spread the parachute on the floor and sit around the edge with the children. Give each child a sticker, alternating the two colours. Stand up...